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National Organ Donor Day - 2022-02-14
What is National Organ Donor Day?
National Donor Day is a time to focus on all types of donations. Blood and marrow donations are especially important because they can improve or even save lives. This year, consider visiting a blood drive or donor registration event near you. It is also a great time to appreciate donors who have given the gift of life to others, have received a donation themselves, are currently waiting for a transplant, or did not receive an organ in time. When a person dies, they can save the lives of many others with an organ donation. In fact, a single person can save 8 lives and provide organs to 75 other people. The number of people who can donate blood is limited. Only 37% of the population is eligible to donate blood, and only 17% of those eligibles actually donate. However, one pint of blood can save up to three people. If you’ve never donated blood before, you’re part of the majority. We need your help!  
When is National Organ Donor Day?
Observed annually on February 14th, National Donor Day!
History of National Organ Donor Day
U.S. citizens celebrate National Donor Day, as it was established by Saturn Corporation and its United Auto Workers partners in 1998, with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services support and many health organizations.
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